No dating. No boyfriends.
A complete Man Fast.
She’s starting over in Denver and landed a teaching position at a prestigious elementary school. It’s a temporary post. But if she does a good job, the position could be permanent.
She thinks she has everything under control until the city’s most notorious playboy and heir to the Bergen Mountain Sports Empire, Brennen Bergen, is assigned to volunteer in her classroom.
Too bad the last thing this womanizer wants is to be bored senseless surrounded by children.
But he’s also in a bind.
Forced to shape up or be cut out of his family’s fortune, Brennen must prove he’s a contributing member of the community and not a liability to the business’s bottom line.
Tempers flare and sparks fly when the bad boy billionaire and the determined teacher must work together to prepare the class for a highly anticipated school competition.
Abby needs this job.
Brennen needs his family off his back.
Will an attraction between them spell trouble for Abby or will Brennen finally have met his match?
Man Fast is the first book in the Bergen Brothers Series.
She plucked the tiny glue stick from Brennen’s large hand and jabbed it into his chest. “One, two, three! Eyes on me!” she said, in the meanest voice she’d ever used to recite that common teachers’ prompt.
The man cocked his head to the side and met her gaze.
She held the glue stick in place. “I don’t care who you are. You could be the King of Colorado.”
His lips quirked into a smirk. “Nope, that doesn’t exist.”
Anger surged through her. “You could be the Duke of Denver.”
“Still a no.”
She jabbed the glue stick a fraction harder. “Maybe you can understand this? In my classroom, I am the CEO. I am the B, O, double S, boss. And what I say goes.”
His eyes went wide, and he stared at her. It wasn’t the aloof stare he’d given her earlier. No, this look brimmed with astonishment. She could feel the heat of him. Sense every muscle in his body tensing like a predator deciding if he wanted to pounce. Inches apart, he held her gaze. The tiny glue stick, the only thing separating them. Her body zinged, and she wasn’t sure if it was from laying down the law or that if she pushed up onto her toes and he bent down, their lips would be mere millimeters apart.